Introducing our new team member!

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Stephen Fielding as our new Heritage Project Officer, thanks to support from Historic England.

Stephen will be working alongside Emily Lunn, the Heritage Project Manager, to deliver our heritage programme.

As well as working at Habitats & Heritage, Stephen will continue his role as Chair of the Kempton Great Engines Society at Kempton Steam Museum, where he has volunteered since he was 14!

Colin Cooper, the CEO, says “we’re so pleased to welcome Stephen to the team. He brings a wealth of local knowledge with him and his passion for history is clear. We’re also enormously grateful to Historic England for their support. Thanks to their Capacity Grant we can continue to bring our local history to audiences across south and west London.”

Welcome to the team Stephen!

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